Prairie News

The Salvation Army Prairie Division is excited to announce the 1st Annual Salvation Army Prairie Golf Classic, September 14th, 2021 at the St. Boniface Golf Course in Winnipeg, MB. Join us for a great round of golf on a beautiful course and help raise funds for those less fortunate in your community. Each golfer’s registration  […]
Not only does Salvation Army volunteer Boris Kolisnyk have a big baritone voice…he also a big generous heart. Boris decided to become a volunteer in Winnipeg, Manitoba, 16 years ago after participating in The Salvation Army Golf Tournament. At the event, he was invited to take a tour of The Salvation Army Winnipeg Centre of  […]
At the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, Major Judy Regamey and Crossroads Food Services Coordinator Ryan Olson sat down to assess how Rogers Communications’ donated funds could be used for updating the building’s dining area. The updates would provide added protection for residents and employees of The Salvation Army Crossroads Residential Services in Saskatoon, SK.  […]
The Salvation Army EDS responds to disasters when and where they occur, and, thanks to the funding received from the Rogers Family Foundations donation of $10 million dollars across the country, we were able to enhance our capabilities. “We needed repairs to emergency response vehicles, the addition of environmentally friendly products and PPE have all  […]

TOY MOUNTAIN 2020 is a bit different this year and needs your help!

Posted on 26th November 2020, by blairmalaz
Due to the pandemic, this year’s Toy Mountain will look a little different. But that same great feeling you get helping others will remain! Help us build another mountain of toys for less fortunate families with The Salvation Army! ​Click here to make your donation. Choose a preferred amount, and 100% of proceeds will be put towards toys, to be purchased by holiday shoppers from The Salvation Army.  […]
Categories: Newswire
As an organization that has people at the core of its mission, The Salvation Army has taken unprecedented measures during COVID-19 to ensure that those who rely on them for help, stay healthy and safe. Abiding by social distancing guidelines, our shelter spaces at The Salvation Army Winnipeg Centre of Hope had to be expanded.  […]
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, The Salvation Army is doing everything we can to keep those we serve as safe as possible.  In addition to this, The Salvation Army continues the same level of services provided before COVID-19. The Salvation Army Winnipeg Extreme Environment Response Vehicle (EERV) drives out of The Salvation Army Centre of Hope  […]